Any true foodie appreciates the aesthetics associated with “fine dining.”
For instance, with fine dining, you don’t have to go out and forage for your meal.
Rather, a large featherless being called a “waitress” brings the meal right to you.
Also, fine dining usually includes a dish that is one of your particular favorites – it features long soft chewy strands that are as flingable as they are flavorful.
Finally, fine dining is leisurely, which means no other diners are trying to rush you through your meal (for instance, because they think you are hogging the community food bowl).
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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